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PEMF for Veterinarians

Initially, PEMF was used to treat horses suffering from leg and back injuries.

Veterinarians then began to treat greyhounds suffering from similar issues as well as sprains and ligament issues, which respond well to PEMF therapy. greyhounds, since these incur frequent sprains, ligament injuries and fractures, all of which respond well to PEMF.

Vets have treated animals from elephants to buzzards, even eg and wing fractures of small birds. These injuries show a good response given daily treatment with PEMF.

The use of a 200Hz base frequency as a pain block also has been beneficial in facilitating

the examination of an injured animal. Practitioners have found that an initial 10 minute

treatment reduces an animal’s distress, so that it will then tolerate further handling in

order to apply treatment.

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